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Here at Bwog, we had a weekend full of wholesomeness, fun, and food.

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We refreshed and refreshed and never received your daily app! It’s okay. Between checking SSOL and picking apart Book Culture, you probably didn’t even have time to fill it out. But it’s Saturday now—no more excuses. We’ve decided to extend the deadline a week! Here’s the link to the application (you could do it while you’re in […]

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Bwog is currently accepting applications for positions on the business and PR teams. Interested applicants should send their CV and a brief statement of interest to james@bwog.com or nikolas@bwog.com by 11:59PM on Monday, September 26, 2016. Applicants may apply for multiple positions. After receiving all applications, a small number of candidates will be interviewed for […]

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Do you want to do tech work for a publication on campus that isn’t soul-sucking? We are currently looking for people to join our Bwog Tech team as System Administrators–help us fix our website when things break! Applicants should send their resumé and a statement of interest (in which they should describe past experiences and qualifications) to […]

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Tomorrow is CU’s Activity Fair–also known as your opportunity to sign up for a bunch of clubs you will never go to. It takes place on College Walk from 12-4pm, but its not like you wouldn’t be able to find it—eager first years, balloons, and folding tables will cover every square foot of land. This […]

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Interested in the goings-on of student government? Want to see if your elected representatives actually do stuff in their meetings? Join Bwog and become a student council Bureau Chief! The position entails attending the weekly meeting for which you’re responsible and then writing about it for the next day. You may even be asked for your […]

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Tired of Spec flyers plastered all over your door? Found yourself writing puns while bored in CC? Got a poetically written, kind-of creepy poem about your favorite campus statue scrawled in a notebook somewhere? If you answered “yes” to any of the above questions, we have some incredible news: Bwog might just be the place for […]

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Columbia’s annual activity fair, where clubs set up tables and you inevitably end up signing up for a million clubs you won’t go to, will be held today on Low Steps from noon to 4pm. That means if you missed out on the smaller activities fair in Lerner last week, you can still join all 2,538 […]

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Ever think to yourself, “I love Bwog and everything that it represents and I wish we could go on like, actual dates?” No? Neither do we.  But what we do know is that you, yes you, love Bwog. If you feel like you’re not writing inclined but you’re good with money, relationships computers, ads, and/or […]

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Last night during our first meeting, Bwog received the following via our anonymous tip form: I couldn’t make it to the first meeting because I arrive on campus tomorrow! Will I still be able to join Bwog? (will there be other information session like meetings) While we normally would have responded to this tip directly […]

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Come to Bwog’s first meeting of the year, and eat our snacks*. It’s at 7 p.m. on the fifth floor of Lerner, in the SGO. We’ll tell you a little bit about ourselves, and spend some time brainstorming content. If you’re a freshperson (or otherageperson) who’s potentially interested in joining the team, you should definitely […]

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